Taiwanese Club Turns Meme Into Reality While the Rest of the World is in Quarantine
A Taiwanese club is delighting its customers with servers who have taken a cue from the viral dancing pallbearers in Ghana.
Earlier this year, several memes and videos of the dancing Ghanaian group of pallbearers went viral. The performance is part of a funeral service, which is carried out on the request of the bereaved family.
Inspired by the popular viral meme, members of the dance troupe Luxyboyz have recreated the moves while serving drinks at the OMNI Nightclub in Taipei.
Kang’s post had some people wondering why people in Taiwan can go to the club, while people in other parts of the world stay at home due to COVID-19. He responded to commenters that Taiwan had already exterminated the pandemic without enforcing a lockdown.
People are wondering why we can party in Taiwan while there is a global pandemic
It’s because we were able to exterminate the Coronavirus here without even a lockdown
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